More than an investor, we're your partner.
Tech Square Ventures is an Atlanta based seed and early stage venture capital firm. We partner with visionary entrepreneurs building startups in sectors that leverage the strengths of the Southeast and area research universities.
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We invest at the seed and early stages of company development to help build the company and follow-on with additional investment in line with the company’s progress and success
Passionate entrepreneurs with domain expertise Recurring or transactional revenue business model Unfair advantage of differentiating intellectual property Solutions to unmet needs in large & growing markets at the right time Industries and distribution models where we can help accelerate growth Capital efficiency
Let’s get your product to market.
AT&T, CHICK-FIL-A, COX ENTERPRISES, DELTA AIR LINES, GEORGIA-PACIFIC, GEORGIA POWER FOUNDATION, GEORGIA TECH, INTERCONTINENTAL EXCHANGE (ICE), INVESCO, THE HOME DEPOT AND UPS
Tech Square Ventures is based in Technology Square in Atlanta
Tech Square Ventures
75 5th Street NW, Suite 427
Atlanta, GA 30308
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